Your programming mistakes are unlikely to ever be this big!



November 9th, 2005

Take comfort from the fact that no matter how hard you are finding learning to program and no matter how massive a set of bugs you have in that bit of code that you are copying from a book, they are nothing to the scale of the [tag]bugs[/tag] seem in this article on Wired.  You code will never cause rockets to explode, spacecraft to crash or people to die.

That thought alone can be quite comforting when you are trying to debug some C++ in "Beginning [tag]Programming[/tag]"!

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